INTRODUCTION: Perched atop a 300-foot high canyon, nicknamed the Grand Canyon of India, overlooking the Pennar river, the mighty Gandikota Fort, once the capital stronghold of the Pemmasani Nayaks, stands testament to the rigidity of the structure amidst the untamed wilderness
Lucknow, the city of Nawabs and Kebabs, has a charm to it that is hard to resist. Off the top of the list of things to do at Lucknow, is travelling to the famed Bhool Bhulaiya inside the Bada Imambada.
INTRODUCTION: The Indian state of Meghalaya has three mountain ranges – Garo in the west, Jaintia in the east and Khasi in the centre. While each range has its own unique landscape and indigenous tribes, the most famous of them are the
Introduction: Orchha literally means ‘hidden’ and this small village is just that, secluded and away from civilisation and still retaining its age-old charm and we felt this, the minute we arrived here. Situated 20 Kilometres across the state border from Jhansi, this
Introduction: Google search Khajuraho and you will find a plethora of erotic images and it being called the Kama Sutra capital of the world. Truth be told, of the many thousands of sculptures adorning the walls of Khajuraho, only 10